CASTING CALL Extras For DOTTY & SOUL Feature Film

Additional extras are needed for the film DOTTY AND SOUL, now filming next week in the Oklahoma City metro area.

DOTTY AND SOUL is a comedy about flamboyant entrepreneur Ethan Cox, who is caught in a racially inappropriate video that immediately goes viral. His hopes of being the man in charge of delivering a self-driving car to the public seem destined to blow up in his face. So he hires his aging mother’s 71 year old caretaker, African-American DOTTY, to be the temporary replacement CEO of his company, until the public furor dies down.

The film is written and directed by Adam Saunders, and is produced by Saunders and Avril Z. Speaks. It stars Saunders as Ethan and legendary actress Leslie Uggams (DEADPOOL, EMPIRE, ROOTS) as Dotty. The film also stars David Koechner (THE OFFICE, ANCHORMAN).

Pay for extras is $64 for up to 8 hours of filming. Anyone over 8 hours will incur overtime.

BREAKDOWN OF ROLES:

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27

RETIREMENT HOME – Elderly people at retirement center – 60+ years old. Male and female, any ethnicity.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29

ON-CAMERA REPORTER – Female, 25-45, any ethnicity.

CAMERAMAN – Male, 40s-50s, any ethnicity. He holds a news camera.

CONCERNED CITIZENS – Male or female. 25-70 years old, any ethnicity.

CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS – Mostly male, one woman, all ethnicities. They sit on the Dallas City Council.

TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3-4
Needed both days

SUITS – Caucasian males, 30s-50s. They are businessmen who repeat through entire movie. Also needed March 25.

GIRLFRIENDS OF SUITS – Female, any ethnicity, 25-50. These are high-end, wealthy and fashionable women.

PARTIERS – Young people at a high end club. Male and female. Any ethnicity. Partiers should be 80% in their 20s and 20% in their 30’s .

DJ – Male. Any ethnicity. 20’s. A punk rock look with crazy hair is preferred.

WOMAN DANCING ON TABLE – Overly confident party girl. Unique looks preferred ( colored hair etc.) 20’s. Any ethnicity. She will be drunk-dancing on a table at the party.

HOT MODELS – Females. Actual models. Any ethnicity. 18-30. They hang off the shoulders of one of the lead characters.

SECURITY GUARD – a big guy. Works at a high end club and takes his job seriously. Able to bounce the rowdiest club members. Male, Any ethnicity. 30-50

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4

BARTENDERS – Female. Bottle service girls. Attractive. 18-25, any ethnicity.

MORE PARTIERS – Young people at a high end club. Male and female. Any ethnicity. Partiers should be 80% in their 20s and 20% in their 30’s. In addition to the people needed both days, these people will be added Wednesday only.

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 5

EMPLOYEES – Male and female. 25-50. Any ethnicity.

TOW TRUCK DRIVER – Male. Any ethnicity. Blue collar. 45-60.

We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting. For every role, please submit performers without regard to disability, race, age, color, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other basis prohibited by law, unless otherwise specifically indicated.

TO SUBMIT FOR THIS PROJECT:

READ AND FOLLOW THE SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY.
Failure to follow the instructions will likely result in your submission being lost, mis-filed or accidentally deleted.

If you have a local or regional talent agent, please notify them of your interest in the project and submit through them.

– Email a headshot and acting resume (or a listing of your acting experience) to the casting office
– Include all contact information including NAME, PHONE NUMBER, EMAIL ADDRESS and CITY/STATE of residence.
– Make the subject heading of your email DOTTY – (Name of role) Example: DOTTY – PARTIERS
– SEND ALL PICTURES AND INFO IN ONE EMAIL. DO NOT SEND MULTIPLE EMAILS.
– Send the email to casting@freihofercasting.com (If you do not send to the email address listed, your submission WILL NOT BE SEEN)
– If you are selected to audition for the project, you will be contacted by email. Check emails regularly and allow the casting@freihofercasting.com email address in your address book.
– NO PHONE CALLS

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